Koh Jum Divers
Koh Jum Divers is an established PADI Dive Resort on the island of Koh Jum in Krabi province Thailand. We run dive courses and daily dive trips to Koh Phi Phi and other islands where the dive sites offer quality diving with a huge diversity of tropical marine life.
Koh Jum Divers is located within the grounds of Koh Jum Beach Villas private resort, right on the beach facing the Phi Phi Islands.
As a small dive center we offer diving in a relaxed and intimate atmosphere, and have a high degree of flexibility.
Diving with Koh Jum Divers
For certified divers we arrange daily trips for fun dives. We divide the divers into small groups, allowing us to plan the dive according to your level of experience and personal preferences. If it has been a while since you were last diving, ask for a scuba review program, allowing you to brush up your skills.
The dive sites around Koh Phi Phi and Koh Haa offer some of the best diving in Thailand, with a huge variety of tropical marine life, including sharks, turtles and some of the most beautiful corals in the Andaman sea. There is also an 85 metre ferry wreck to dive along with the cavern at Koh Haa Yai and the chance of manta rays and whale sharks at Hin Daeng.
Our boats leave from the pier on Koh Jum around 08:45 and transfer to and from your resort can be arranged by us free of charge. Your equipment will be taken down to the boat and set up, all you need to bring is sunscreen, towel and a camera. The journey to the dive sites ranges from 45mins to 1hr 30mins with Hin Daeng being the furthest.
Snorkellers and passengers are most welcome to join us on the dive boat and lunch, soft drinks, water and fruit will be provided by us.
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